Ravel Morrison likes the idea of a return to West Ham United if his social media activity is anything to go by.

Football enigma Morrison is fondly remembered by West Ham fans for some mesmeric displays in the claret and blue.
His time in the Hammers first team was short lived under Sam Allardyce and he eventually ended up in Sweden via Lazio and Mexico.

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Morrison denies report he walked out on latest club

But he officially left Ostersund this week under a cloud midway through the season.
The Daily Mail reported the player had walked out on the Swedish outfit in an article which has since been removed from their website.
It was a claim former West Ham man Morrison has since strenuously denied on Twitter.
News of the talented 26-year-old midfielder’s availability sparked suggestions from a number of West Ham fans that the club should bring him back.

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Rav ‘likes’ the idea of West Ham return

And Morrison quite literally liked the idea of a return to West Ham.
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One supporter suggested the club should sell the Argentine and bring back Morrison.
And the player himself ‘liked’ the post on Twitter for his 123,000 followers to see.
Morrison’s most famous moment for West Ham came as he scored a wonderful solo goal in a 3-0 victory at White Hart Lane.
After West Ham became the first team to score and win at Spurs’s new stadium Morrison could not hide his delight.

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Hammers return seems highly unlikely

He took to Twitter then to praise West Ham captain Mark Noble for his display and made his feelings about Spurs clear, read full story here.
It is highly unlikely the club would consider a controversial return for Morrison.
Particularly after splashing out around £24million to sign Pablo Fornals.
But stranger things have happened. Undoubtedly his availability on a free transfer could prove tempting for an English club as the transfer window ticks on.
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